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sampling theory

[′sam·pliŋ ‚thē·ə·rē]
(statistics)
The mathematical study of sampling techniques.
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OCTOBER 10-14, 2016: Sampling Theory, Sampling Practices, and Their Economic Impact Course.
His topics include one-variable descriptive statistics, mental health statistics, sampling theory and methods, parametric tests of significance, correlation analysis and regression analysis, multivariate statistical methods, cluster analysis, discriminant analysis, reporting of results, a statistical package for social sciences, and running data analysis using SPSS.
Sampling theory when the sampling units are of unequal sizes".
Students should have some basic knowledge of Fourier transform techniques, probability theory, random processes, sampling theory, linear filtering, vector spaces, matrix algebra, and linear transformations.
The processing uses technology based on classical sampling theory.
Rohit Trivedi, will cover introduction to research and problem formulation, research process and research design, sampling theory, hypothesis formulation and testing techniques, non-parametric and parametric test, multivariate analysis, data mining and business intelligence, use of SPSS and AMO in data analysis.
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Among their topics are sampling theory, waveform coding and quantization, linear predictive coding, vector quantization for speech coding applications, and signal processing in voice-over-Internet protocol systems.
For the dedicated, perhaps the greatest resource is Pierre Gy's Sampling Theory and Sampling Practice by Francis Pitard.
On estimating population mean using auxiliary information, Statistical Techniques in Life Testing, Reliability, Sampling Theory and Quality Control.
The author is clearly skirting problems with violations of the principles of sampling theory.